SoapClient::__setSoapHeaders

(PHP 5 >= 5.0.5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

SoapClient::__setSoapHeadersSetzt die SOAP-Header für nachfolgende Aufrufe

Beschreibung

public SoapClient::__setSoapHeaders(SoapHeader|array|null $headers = null): bool

Legt die Header fest, die mit den nächsten SOAP-Anfragen gesendet werden.

Hinweis:

Der Aufruf dieser Methode ersetzt alle vorherigen Werte.

Parameter-Liste

headers

Die zu setzenden Header. Dies kann ein SoapHeader-Objekt oder ein Array von SoapHeader-Objekten sein. Ist der Parameter nicht angegeben oder hat er den Wert null, werden die Header gelöscht.

Rückgabewerte

Gibt bei Erfolg true zurück. Bei einem Fehler wird false zurückgegeben.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 SoapClient::__setSoapHeaders()-Beispiel

<?php

$client 
= new SoapClient(null, array('location' => "http://localhost/soap.php",
                                     
'uri'      => "http://test-uri/"));
$header = new SoapHeader('http://soapinterop.org/echoheader/',
                            
'echoMeStringRequest',
                            
'hello world');

$client->__setSoapHeaders($header);

$client->__soapCall("echoVoid"null);
?>

Beispiel #2 Mehrere Header setzen

<?php

$client 
= new SoapClient(null, array('location' => "http://localhost/soap.php",
                                     
'uri'      => "http://test-uri/"));
$headers = array();

$headers[] = new SoapHeader('http://soapinterop.org/echoheader/',
                            
'echoMeStringRequest',
                            
'hello world');

$headers[] = new SoapHeader('http://soapinterop.org/echoheader/',
                            
'echoMeStringRequest',
                            
'hello world again');

$client->__setSoapHeaders($headers);

$client->__soapCall("echoVoid"null);
?>

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kedar dot purohit @ mavs dot uta dot edu
13 years ago
To create complex SOAP Headers, you can do something like this:

Required SOAP Header:

<soap:Header>
    <RequestorCredentials xmlns="http://namespace.example.com/">
      <Token>string</Token>
      <Version>string</Version>
      <MerchantID>string</MerchantID>
      <UserCredentials>
        <UserID>string</UserID>
        <Password>string</Password>
      </UserCredentials>
    </RequestorCredentials>
</soap:Header>

Corresponding PHP code:

<?php

$ns
= 'http://namespace.example.com/'; //Namespace of the WS.

//Body of the Soap Header.
$headerbody = array('Token' => $someToken,
                   
'Version' => $someVersion,
                   
'MerchantID'=>$someMerchantId,
                     
'UserCredentials'=>array('UserID'=>$UserID,
                                            
'Password'=>$Pwd));

//Create Soap Header.       
$header = new SOAPHeader($ns, 'RequestorCredentials', $headerbody);       
       
//set the Headers of Soap Client.
$soap_client->__setSoapHeaders($header);

?>
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peamik1953 at NOSPAM dot btinternet dot com
12 years ago
You cannot add an additional header. If you want two headers, and one already exists, first delete it with $client->__setSoapHeaders(NULL). Then issue $client->__setSoapHeaders($headers) where $headers is an array of soapHeader() objects.
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jayrajput at gmail dot com
13 years ago
With multiple SOAP headers, when using SoapVar for creation of SoapHeader the PHP code just terminates (command terminated). I am not sure if that is a bug.

Without the SOAPVar the code worked fine for me

There are different way to creart SoapHeader I was using SoapVar and the code was not working. I am still a novice with this SOAP stuff.

Tried using normal strings and it worked fine. SoapHeader can take SoapVar or string as the third argument.

my code:

<?php
// first soap header.
$var = new SoapVar($header, XSD_ANYXML);
$soapHeader = new SoapHeader(NAME_SPACE, "Security", $var);
// second soap header.
$var2 = new SoapVar($header2, XSD_ANYXML);
$soapHeader2 = new SoapHeader(DIFF_NAME_SPACE, "ID", $var2);

$client = new SoapClient($wsdl, array("location" => $location));

$headers = array();
$headers[] = $soapHeader;
$headers[] = $soapHeader2;

// Here my code was just terminating.
$client->__setSoapHeaders($headers);
?>
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mlconnor at yahoo dot com
12 years ago
Does anyone know how to get the response headers?  The getLastResponseHeader returns a string response, not the complex object I was expecting...
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